The All-American selection committee’s first criteria for choosing teams is the “Top 12 Shoots” points report. The report below lists the points earned from the 12 shoots which provide an individual with the most points in their category.
NOTE CHANGE FOR 2023 SHOOT YEAR: The All-American Committee and NSSA Executive Committee have modified the Open All-American Points system with the goal of maintaining a balance of points that can be earned at the World Championship, Mini World, and U.S. Open compared to our traditional local events. Instead of using the actual difficulty factor, the difficulty factor will be calculated based on the fourth largest point shoot. This is based on the assumption that the World, Mini, and U.S. Open will be the three largest shoots as has been in the recent past. The U.S. Open will be set at 1.25 times the fourth largest point shoot, the Mini World will be set at 1.5 times the fourth largest point shoot, and the World will be set at 2 times the fourth largest point shoot. In the event that the U.S. Open is not a top-three point shoot, the Mini and World Shoots will be based on 1.5 and 2 times the third largest point shoot. In either case, each shoot’s default or actual difficulty factor may be used if the multiplying factor is larger than the actual difficulty factor.
Shooters must shoot minimums for the Open and Concurrent All American Teams. See the NSSA Rule Book for the minimums.
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